Teapot Dome Scandal By: airik castro

The teapot dome scandal was a bribery incident that took place in the United states from 1921 to 1922, during the administration of president warren G. Harding

A Wyoming oil operator wrote to senator John B. Kendrick. It took John 2 days before finally coming up with an excuse.

In 1929, Albert fall was found guilty of accepting bribes from Doheny.

In February 2015, the department of energy sold the oil field for $45 million to stranded Oil Resources Corp. after extracting 22 million barrels of oil over the years.

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